Farmers’ Protest: Opposition Slams Centre After Farmer Passes Away In Clashes At Khanauri; ‘Delhi Chalo’ On Hold For 2 Days

Farmers look for cover after police fired tear gas at them near the Punjab-Haryana Shambhu border. 

Farmer leaders placed the ‘Delhi Chalo’ March on hold for 2 days after a 21-year-old farmer– Shubhkaran Singh– died to a head injury at Khanauri on the Punjab-Haryana border. Regarding 12 cops personnel were also injured in the clashes at Khanauri.

Farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher late on Wednesday informed media that over the next two days they will hold discussions over the case that occurred in Khanauri. “We will certainly clear up the whole situation later on regarding what our more motion will certainly be …”.

At the same time, the Resistance events introduced a pungent assault versus the Centre over stopping working to think about the farmers’ needs.


Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday ordered formation of board to check into the concerns of farmers from Gautam Buddh Nagar, that are protesting against the neighborhood Noida and Greater Noida authorities.
The order came ahead of the risk from the regional farmers’ groups to take out a foot march to Delhi to continue their demands. Their effort to visit the nationwide funding on February 8 was a failed one.

These farmers are requiring walking in compensation, in addition to created plots in lieu of their land obtained by the NTPC and neighborhood authorities in the past.

The committee, to be headed by the chairman of the UP Revenue Council, will check out the farmers’ issues and after that submit its record to the federal government, claimed District Magistrate Manish Kumar Verma.


The Haryana government, once more, extended the suspension of mobile web services and mass SMS services in seven of its areas till February 23 because the continuous farmers’ demonstration.

The net solutions will be prohibited in Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sisra districts.

According to the order, the suspension of mobile web services, bulk SMS (excluding financial and mobile recharge) and all dongle solutions, and so on provided on mobile networks (with the exception of voice calls) in the jurisdiction of the 7 areas has been prolonged till February 23.

The order has actually been released under Area 5 of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 and Regulation 2 of Short-term Suspension of Telecom Provider (Public Emergency or Public Security) Guidelines 2017.


Farmers throughout the western UP areas organized objections and carried out marches to voice their demands of MSP. Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Ghaziabad and Greater Noida saw a number of protests.

In Muzaffarnagar, one of the farmers tried to eliminate himself by setting himself in fire. The good news is, his fellow protesters splashed the fire in time and rushed him to a neighborhood medical facility.

Principal Magistrate Vikash Kashyap saw the health center and claimed that the farmer, Brijpal, suffered minor burn injuries on his face and was given treatment immediately.

Meanwhile, BKU leader Naresh Tikait asked the opposing farmers to take part in a tractor progress February 26 and 27 to condemn the abomination on their equivalents in Punjab and Haryana.


A 21-year-old farmer from Punjab, Shubhkaran Singh, died in the clashes that happened amid the farmers’ protest at Khanauri on the Punjab-Haryana Verge On Wednesday.

Regarding 12 police workers were likewise injured in the clashes at Khanauri border.

The Haryana Cops additionally discharged tear gas shells and water cannons at the farmers to prevent their attempts to breach the safety and security barricades at Shambhu and Khanauri borders.

Complying with the clashes and Singh’s fatality, farmer leaders chose to put a two-day remain on their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march. Farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher, head of Punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee, said “We will certainly have discussions over the occurrence that happened in Khanauri. There will certainly be a two-day remain on our march towards Delhi. We will certainly make clear the whole circumstance later regarding what our more motion will be.”.

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann responded to the 21-year-old farmer’s death and claimed, “The news of the fatality of 21-year-old Shubhakaran was gotten today during the event at Khanuri border … It is really depressing that the young people of my state is no longer in this world … I want to ask the main federal government … That the farmer of Punjab can not most likely to the capital of his own country?”.


Congress head of state Mallikarjun Kharge and celebration leader Rahul Gandhi condoled Shubhkaran Singh’s fatality in the shooting at Khanauri boundary and stated that history will require an accounts of farmers killings.

In a message on X, Kharge stated, “” When farmers’ lives will not be saved … After that, exactly how will India continue to be quiet?” “The fatality of young farmer Shubhkaran Singh of Bathinda as a result of shooting on Khanauri boundary is really excruciating.”.

” Eventually background will definitely demand an account of the ‘murder of farmers’ from the BJP which is concealing behind the friendly media,” Rahul Gandhi posted on X with the hashtag of “#FarmerLivesMatter”.

National Congress Celebration (NCP) founder Sharad Pawar on Wednesday stated on one hand Prime Minister Narendra Modi is providing different “assurances” to farmers, however on the various other cultivators are devoting self-destruction over financial obligation issues.

Speaking at a conclave at Manchar in Ambegaon tehsil, Pawar claimed, “Today, farmers are facing hardships in the country. He labors tough yet despite that he does not get profitable cost for his products. If input expense is high and outcome is reduced, after that it results in farmers obtaining debt-ridden and due to this scenario, farmers take extreme actions. Such a circumstance is currently widespread in the nation.”.

Papers and television channels have plenty of promotions where the PM is seen providing various “warranties” to farmers such as good rate and market for their produce, the expert politician stated.

Knocking the Centre for its plans, Pawar better claimed, “On one side, there is ‘Modi Ki Assurance’ however beyond, somewhere somebody (referring to farmers) is devoting suicide.”.


Bhartiya Kisan Union National speaker Rakesh Tikait on Wednesay said that if the government’s doesn’t enable the farmers to go into the nationwide capital then they will likewise stop the federal government or politicians from entering their towns throughout political elections.

Meerut farmers accomplished a tractor march to the collectorate to press for the demand of fulfilment of their needs of MSP for plants and withdrawal of criminal situations against some farmers signed up throughout the 2020-21 farmers anxiety.

” Placing nails when traveling is not justified. If they place nails on our means, we will additionally do the exact same in our towns. We also need to do fortifying of our villages. If they are not enabling us to get to Delhi, we will not let them enter our villages,” Tikait informed press reporters.

Tikait knocked the Centre and stated that the federal government is just for industrialists. “If it were a farmers’ government, a regulation guaranteeing MSP would have entered into force.”.

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